Self-awareness is often the golden skill underlying many soft skills. Before you can manage your interactions with others, you must first understand your own thoughts, beliefs, feelings, strengths and weaknesses.

    By understanding what your strengths and weaknesses are, how you handle difficult situations or how you address others, you will be more able to adjust your actions to the people you are with. You’ll also understand your stress limits and triggers better, making you more able to deal with difficulties and recover from them.

    Possible Topics

    Various topics can serve for your coaching or training:

    • Find your "Why"
    • What is self-awareness?
    • What is "Authenticity"
    • JOHARI Window
    • Offman's Core Quadrants
    • Your own beliefs, values, motivations, strengths and weaknesses
    • How to improve, cultivate and practice self-awareness
    • Powerful models for self-awareness
      • Simon Sinek
      • DISC/Insights
      • Lencioni - The 6 Types of Working Genius
      • Enneagram
      • Belbin
      • Core quadrants Ofmann

    • The relationship between self-awareness and other soft skills
    • Why learning to be self-aware is crucial
    • How self-awareness translates into our professional and personal lives
    • Growing in self-awareness is an ongoing process


      The insights, methodologies and exercises above can be offered to you in the following forms:

    • Offline, Online or a combination of both (Blended)
    • Personal coaching
    • Inspirational sessions
    • Workshops
    • (Blended) Training Program